Supply Chain Gridlock – A Real-World Look at How We Got Here

March 23, 2022

Container ship in export and import business and logistics. Shipping cargo to harbor by crane. Water transport International. Aerial view

Event Details

March 23, 2022

11:00am - 12:00pm


After two years of witnessing empty store shelves and car dealerships, fully laden containerships anchored at sea, and gridlock across all aspects of the supply chain, there is no better time to take a real-world look at the contributing factors that led us to this point, why it seems like it might last forever, and what we see as key elements to returning to normalcy.

Your Host

Park Williams

Vice President of Business Development (Americas), BDP International

Park Williams is the Vice President of Business Development (Americas) for BDP International. Park received his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management from Clemson University. He began his career with a textile manufacturer in South Carolina, working his way through the ranks to lead their sales and distribution organizations. He then moved on BDP International in 2005 with various roles in operations to build a foundation in the business, then moved into a commercial role in 2011. In his current position, he leads a team of business development executives across North America with a focus on establishing and growing relationships with regional and global clients across a broad range of industry verticals. Park resides in the Isle of Palms, South Carolina with his fiancé Tricia Ory, and cherishes time outdoors with family and friends and his yellow lab Jasper.


Tracy Dunnagan

Director of Global Compliance, BDP International

Tracy Dunnagan is the Director of Global Compliance for BDP International where she focuses on global trade compliance, trade management, and supply chain solutions that transform clients’ risk profile and optimizes their performance. Tracy has over 25 years of operational experience in trade compliance, supply chain,and import logistics. During her career, Tracy has held various roles in regulatory affairs, import management and international logistics, developing and utilizing her skills in risk based prioritization and management, compliance strategies, logistics operations, project management and process improvement. Tracy has been a licensed Customs Broker since 1996.